My present position as a Research Chair in Mathematical
Inequalities & Applications does not involve many undergraduate
teaching responsibilities. I am responsible for teaching the following
subjects in 2009:

I am also in charge with managing the School
of Engineering & Science Problem Solving Competition (PSC).

The PSC competition is conducted in two stages. The first stage
will be an electronic test on a given day in July every year at 9am-9pm,
and will be open to all registered Year 9 –12 students. Students will
log onto this site and have 50 minutes to complete the
test.

In the second stage, selected students will be invited to the University on
Open Day
(usually in August) to participate in a written test. All of these
students will be given a certificates of merit and be eligible for
prizes such as book vouchers, cool electronic gadgets and scholarships.

For the future I am interested in giving
undergraduate and postgraduate Lecture Courses in General Inequalities
& Real Analysis with ramifications in Numerical Integration,
Approximation of Integral Operators, Information Theory, Coding &
Guessing, Probability Theory & Statistics, Functional Analysis &
Operator Theory.